Gelatin Skelatin unveil video for their cover of Warrant’s “So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against The Law)”
Canadian rockers Gelatin Skelatin featuring frontman Brett Kelly have unveiled a video for their cover of Warrant‘s “So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against The Law)” which will appear on the upcoming tribute album The Song and Dance Man: A Tribute to Jani Lane/Warrant, which is slated for release via FnA Records next month (in August 2023). The track “So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against The Law)” first appeared on Warrant‘s album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, which was released back in January 1989.
Gelatin Skelatin‘s website indicates (with slight edits): “Canadian hard rock band Gelatin Skelatin was formed in 2019 by singer Brett Kelly and after a few years of line-up changes and a global pandemic, the band has finally locked in it’s lineup with bass player Myles Rourke, guitarist Chris Eveland and the newest addition, drummer Kevin Eamon. After releasing a self-titled album in 2020, for which they enjoyed international radio airplay, the band returns in 2022 with the EP “Year of the Skelatin” featuring the songs “80s Ladies”, “If You Can’t Do What’s Right (Do What’s Left), “Bad Alphabet” (all mastered by Harry Hess of Harem Scarem and First Signal fame) and a bonus track cover song.
Gelatin Skelatin has several live shows on deck for 2022-2023 including opening for Judas Priestess in Ottawa, opening for Tommy Skeoch (ex-Tesla) and his band Resist & Bite, and a short UK tour planned for summer 2023, which will include a slot on the HRH Sleaze 6 Festival, where they will be playing on the same bill as Danger Danger singer Ted Poley and glam veterans Jetboy. Some to-be-announced Canadian shows are also in the cards as well for spring 2023.”
Gelatin Skelatin‘s “So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against The Law)” video: